I'm an undergraduate student studying Computer Networks. As the title says I passed my CCNA exam last summer and I am trying to decide if taking another exam before graduation (probably during the summer) would be worth it, and if so which one.
I was thinking of studying towards a Linux system administration exam, not primarily for getting certified but rather for getting the skills that will help me further down the road. A certificate showing that I possess the skills is of course an important motive but as I said it's not my primary reason for studying. (I hope that makes sense) I enjoy learning new things and I just find it easier to focus my study on a particular topic with a specific goal in mind - in this case certification.
Do you think a certification like the Red Hat RHCSA (or Comptia Linux+) will prove useful or should I focus on getting another network certification like a CCNP? Any other certifications that you would consider useful?